GEM Agrees $200 Million Capital Commitment With Unizen

Centralized-decentralized (CeDeFi) exchange Unizen has secured a $200 million investment from Global Emerging Markets (GEM). Unizen will be able to foresee the future of the centralized-decentralized finance landscape thanks to the investment. The money will help the company meet its growth goals. Specifically, the money will be used to enhance the systems that are already in place, spur innovation, grow the team, market the company’s products, and expedite the implementation of an ecosystem for trade aggregation.

How will the funds contribute to Unizen’s growth?

With a solid financial backing, Unizen will solidify its position as the first CeDeFi to include the features of both centralized and decentralized exchanges. As a result, it will be able to satisfy the needs of both individual and institutional investors. For Unizen, GEM’s capital commitment enables it to provide its users with the best offers, consistent performance and a secure environment for high-volume trading.

The exchange also features an in-house aggregator that scans numerous CEXs and DEXs, such as Binance, Uniswap, Pancakeswap, and others. This enables it to discover the trading routes that are the most efficient, fastest, and cost the least amount of money. GEM chose Unizen because it wanted to be a part of the development of the financial technologies of the future. Investing in CeDeFi meets the urgent requirement of blockchain sector. This is because it combines compliance with CeFi with innovation brought about by DeFi.

GEM has onboarded Unizen to its $3.4 billion investment portfolio in order to get into emerging markets. Unizen merges first-party and third-party CEXs and DEXs. This allows it to suit the trading demands of institutional investors as well as retail traders. For those who have $ZCX tokens, there will be additional incentives and benefits available through this platform as well. Through the Dynamic Multi-Asset Staking (DMAS), token holders will be able to benefit from the growth of incubated initiatives.